November 17, 2020 - West Ada School District is transitioning Eagle High School into full-time remote learning due to current circumstances beginning tomorrow. Eagle High School students will participate in remote learning for the remainder of this week, November 18-20.
Over the past few days, school district leaders have been monitoring case numbers, absences and other data to determine when and if Eagle High School needed to be closed and moved to remote learning. At this time, Eagle High School is unable to sustain operations with the current amount of absences in office and teaching staff. Continued trend of positive cases and quarantine numbers at this site are also on the rise.
The school district’s pandemic plan enables school leaders to look at the circumstances of classrooms, programs or schools when deciding about moving into remote learning. Seven data points are considered:
The decision to move to remote learning is taken seriously and only after exhausting all other practical solutions. Please continue to practice social distancing, hand washing and wearing masks to keep our community transmission low.